Pansion Lombrelle

Trg 1 Maja, br1, Mostar, 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Mostar

The Balkans

A travel blog entry by melrobertson

36

... we gave them a few Euros and jumped on the bus they pointed at. The walk from the middle of the square to the hostel wasn't to bad but the reception was in one spot and then where we were staying was a few blocks over. The looks we were getting from people while we were walking with all our gears were getting better as well, some people resorted to stopping and actually staring at us. We had a few people in Croatia take photos of us but we didn't notice any try in Tirana. ...

Montenegro to Bosnia & Herzegovina

A travel blog entry by ericjon97

4

... known for their summer scenery, I changed my plans…again.

I found out that the only bus to Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina was at 2:45pm, so I had plenty of time to catch that. I packed up all my stuff, got the local bus into the town center and got my bus ticket. I had a couple hours to kill so I headed into the old city and got a bite to eat and stayed out of the rain as much as possible.

The bus ride was pretty easy, but involved a ...

Bosnia - The Bridge, Waterfalls and Sarajevo

A travel blog entry by moons_shell

18

... area of Mostar with the guy who run our hostel. He was a crazy bloke, and drove us around in his car with another Aussie and a couple from Hungary. We arrived at a great little place where a mosque sits beside a waterfall and cave. The water is filtered through limestone for hundreds of kilometres and is considered the cleanest river water in Europe. Here we had a traditional ...

MOSTAR - BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

A travel blog entry by sheppa80

75

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After we arrived at the bus station we were picked up and whisked away to our accommodation which we found out was in the Croatian Bosnian side of Mostar, the Bosnian Muslim area was to the North and the Serb area was further to the East in another village. Yep, after hearing that and compiling it with the scenes of destruction that we witnessed coming in, we realised we were in a very different country and area than we had never been in before.



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Back to Hercegovina

A travel blog entry by rlttours

1

... dried up. Nothing to see here so let's move on. After passing into Bosnia, I stopped at a cafe in search of food but found that it was a coffee roasting plant which smelled heavenly though left me still starving. I managed to find a nice place in a nondescript town that had decent enough 'plescavica'' (spicy meat patty). I rolled into the small village where my motel was located by 4pm. This peacefully spot ...

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